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FAQ - Brewing Your Own Beer

How much does brewing cost?

We have dozens of beer recipes to choose from, and they range in price from about $190 to $240 plus tax. This price does not include bottles, labels, and caps. And remember, the price is per batch, not per person, so bring some friends to share the cost, the love, and the beer!
When you come back to package your beer, your bottles/cans will cost an additional $90.

How much beer do I make?

The average yield is around 15 gallons of beer. To put this in perspective, this is nearly a full keg of beer, and equates to around 144 – 12oz. bottles or cans.

How long does it take?

The brewing process takes around 3 hours, and you will return about 3 weeks later to package your batch and take it home.

How many people can I bring to brew?

There’s really no limit to the group size… the more the merrier!

How much do bottles/cans cost?

Unless you bring in your own bottles, you should expect to spend around $90 total. Bottles and cans cost $15 per case plus tax, and the average yield is about 6 cases for a batch of beer. Actual cost will vary based on yield.

Can I re-use bottles for future batches?

Yes! Make sure that you rinse your bottles thoroughly after use, and you can reuse them multiple times. When properly taken care of and sanitized, bottles are a one-time cost.

Can I bring my own bottles?

Yes you can, however we will not guarantee the sanitation of bottles provided by others.

How many people can I bring to bottle?

We have 3 bottling stations, so we recommend a few people to help make the bottling process go quickly and smoothly.

Can I customize my label?

Yes! By law, we have to send you home with labels, and if you’re interested you can personalize a 3”-square area to your liking.

What can I put on my customized label?

Be creative! You cannot use copyrighted or trademarked images or names, and North High Brewing management reserves the right to refuse to print questionable labels where legal, ethical, and/or moral issues are in question.

Do you sell gift cards?

Of course, a North High Brewing gift card is the perfect gift for any occasion for the beer lovers in your life! Pick one up in our taproom, or order online by clicking HERE

Should I tip my brewer?

Brewing beer is a lot of fun for you and a lot of work for our brewing team… If you feel like you’ve had an exceptional time, it is certainly customary to leave them a tip to show your appreciation!